Grief does not look like this

Just because I don't know how else to tell you that I am here for you... ** ‘Stop asking if I am fine… please stop!’ I say calmly, trying my possible best not to scream my lungs out. I am just tired of people asking if I am fine. What’s the point of asking anyway. If I say I’m fine or I’m not fine, what can they do for me. I don’t really know. So, everyone needs to stop asking if I’m fine. I look at my friend and I start speaking as if something else is controlling me. I am not crying. ...

Lessons from John 11 (2)

By Wednesday, January 20, 2016 0 , , Permalink 0

Hello beautiful souls. We started looking at the story of Lazarus in John 11 last week. I shared three lessons with you, so I have three more days to share with you today. Kindly read, comment and share. I implore us to please be active on the blog this year. It's only through your help that we can take this blog far and if you are being blessed by posts on the blog, please let's give others this opportunity by sharing posts on the blog and telling others about it. If you also have suggestions as to how this blog can ...

Lessons from John 11.

By Wednesday, January 13, 2016 0 , , Permalink 0

Hello beautiful souls. How are you all doing? I did a study of John 11 (story of Lazarus) towards the end of 2015. I figured it's not too late to share it. So kindly read, comment and share. Let's learn from eachother and help others learn as well. ** I got 6 lessons from looking at the story of Lazarus, but will only share 3 today so it wouldn't be so long. Join us next week to look at the other three lessons. For now,  follow me closely. 1. Jesus is a friend: many of us might say, yes, we know Jesus is ...

All about Dara!

Hi readers! My heart is full of joy and love today. One of the AMAZINGGG!!! People God connected me to is Darasimi. The legendary Darastick. Today is her birthday and I cannot bless God enough for her life. Permit me to tell you a bit about Dara. D-baby is one of the best people I know. So down to earth and completely silly. I knew I was going to like her the first time I spoke to her. She was just herself, no need for ‘fronting’ or forming of unnecessary accent. I knew I was going to be good friends with ...